Fender flare river with adhesive mount

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  1. Robert Rosin

    Robert Rosin New Member

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    Tried everything to find this, google image search etc...

    The body of my pop up has three rivet inserts and the below part attaches to the fiberglass fender flare of my Starcraft Gemini
     

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    WrkrBee Un-Supported Member

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    Another reason to have a 3D printer. I need to get one.
     
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    Steveo4090 Well-Known Member

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    So you need the tan part or new poppits to secure them? Or both?

    What's the front of it look like?
     
  4. Robert Rosin

    Robert Rosin New Member

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    Howdy Steve-

    I need three rivets and at least one semi circle.

    the rivets pop through the semi circle mount which is affixed to the inside of the fender. Then the rivets are inserted into the wall of the pop up
     

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    Anthony Hitchings Well-Known Member Silver Supporting Member

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    you could likely get the "rivets" at an auto parts store.
     
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    Steveo4090 Well-Known Member

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    Try searching "retainer clips for cars" and maybe put in the length of yours. Should be able to find something close that'll work.

    You're probably going to need to make the semi circle things. Might be able to find plastic washers at the hardware store and epoxy them together and trim the one side down. Probably your only option is to use your imagination like a lot of fixes for old pups. Good luck!
     
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    neighbormike Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Agreed... just looks like a body panel retainer - lots of different styles and sizes... bring one to O’Reilly’s - they can probably match it to something that’d work.
     
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    xxxapache Well-Known Member

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    Any decent auto parts store will have push rivets. In addition, you can get them at Lowe's. For the semi circle part, look for "fender washers". You can find them in both nylon and steel. Trim them to the shape of the originals.

    I recent needed some fender washers in that exact shape. I used steel ones. I clamped them in a vice and used an oscillating tool to cut them.
     

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